fwidth — return the sum of the absolute derivatives in x and y
Specifies the expression of which to take the partial derivative.
Available only in the fragment shader,
fwidth returns the sum of
the absolute derivatives in x and y using local differencing for the input argument
It is equivalent to
abs(dFdx(p)) + abs(dFdy(p)).
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